Thanks for posting that wonderful picture Radiohead.
When I lived in Brooklyn there was a nightclub in that handsome corner building and it was a great space inside. Thanks for bringing back some cool memories; I wonder if it's still a club.
Whenever I look at photos like these, it amazes me to think of how dense New York already was back then, and how it has only continued to get denser and denser.
More gorgeous photos. Thank you ManhattanKnight. The photos with the Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges in them are wonderful.
And that World Trade Center view =
Thank you again MK --
Most are from 1974
Grand Central subway passengers
Near Lynch Park Brooklyn
Lexington Ave Line graffiti
42nd St Station bruger stand
Boy Scout leader, Bud-Stuy Brooklyn
Shutters Island at mouth of Arthur Kill
Thanks for the update.
What a change the subway cars have gone through from being graffiti covered to clean like they are now (well, a lot of them anyway).
Yeah, the 70's & 80's were the heydey of NYC graffiti "artists" (though many would call them other less distinguished names).
Landfill near WTC
Lower West Side harbor
View from Jersey City
Brooklyn view of Manhattan Bridge
1973 WTC almost complete
Illegal dumping off NJ Turnpike
108th St and Lexington. Where are the garbage men??
There they are...at 172nd St
Where are the police?
Lot at upper Lexington at 105th
Cool 70's style